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Continuous Emission Monitoring

Jahnke, James A.

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3. Edition April 2022
464 Pages, Hardcover
Wiley & Sons Ltd

ISBN: 978-1-119-43398-9
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CONTINUOUS EMISSION MONITORING

The new edition of the only single-volume reference on both the regulatory and technical aspects of U.S. and international continuous emission monitoring (CEM) systems

Continuous Emission Monitoring presents clear, accurate, and up-to-date information on the technical and regulatory issues that affect the design, application, and certification of CEM systems installed in power plants, cement plants, pulp and paper mills, smelters, and other stationary sources. Written by an international expert in the field, this classic reference guide covers U.S. and international CEM regulatory requirements, analytical techniques, operation and maintenance of CEM instrumentation, and more.

The fully revised Third Edition remains the most comprehensive source of CEM information available, featuring three brand-new chapters on mercury monitoring, the reporting and ­certification of industrial greenhouse gas emissions, and the instrumentation and methods used to measure air toxic compounds including dioxins, furans, and hydrogen chloride. Thoroughly updated chapters discuss topics such as flow rate monitors, new EPA regulations, instrumentation and calibration techniques, CEM system control and data acquisition, and extractive system design. Providing environmental professionals with the knowledge of CEM systems necessary to address the present-day regulatory environment, Continuous Emission Monitoring:
* Discusses how CEM systems work, their advantages and limitations, and the regulatory requirements governing their operation
* Covers both the historical framework and technological basis of current CEM regulatory programs and standards in the United States, Canada, Europe, and Asia
* Offers practical guidance on sampling system selection, measurement techniques, advanced monitoring approaches, recordkeeping, and quality assurance
* Provides detailed technical descriptions of the technology necessary for regulatory compliance
* Includes new orthographic drawings to help instrument technicians and regulators with little technical background to easily understand key topics

Continuous Emission Monitoring, Third Edition is an essential resource for professionals responsible for ensuring regulatory compliance, managers and technicians who purchase, operate, and maintain CEM instrumentation, regulatory personnel who write and enforce operating permits, and instructors and students in upper-level environmental engineering programs.

CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION TO CEM SYSTEMS

CHAPTER 2 CEM REGULATIONS

CHAPTER 3 EXTRACTIVE SYSTEM DESIGN

CHAPTER 4 INTRODUCTION TO THE ANALTYICAL METHODS

CHAPTER 5 EXTRACTIVE SYSTEM ANALYZERS

CHAPTER 6 IN-SITU GAS MONITORING SYSTEMS

CHAPTER 7 FLOW RATE MONITORS

CHAPTER 8 OPACITY MONITORS

CHAPTER 9 CONTINUOUS PARTICULATE MONITORING

CHAPTER 10 CEM SYSTEM CONTROL, DATA ACQUISITION, AND REPORTING

CHAPTER 11 CERTIFYING CEM SYSTEMS

CHAPTER 12 MONITORING FOR MERCURY

CHAPTER 13 MONITORING HAZARDOUS AIR POLLUTANTS

CHAPTER 14 GREENHOUSE GAS MONITORING

CHAPTER 15 QUALITY ASSURANCE PROGRAMS FOR CEM SYSTEMS

APPENDIX A UNITS OF THE STANDARD AND F FACTORS

APPENDIX B ONVERSION FACTORS AND USEFUL INFORMATION

APPENDIX C ACRONYMS
James A. Jahnke is a leading expert in the field, and a consultant with Source Technology Associates of Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, USA. He has more than forty-five years of experience in the development and evaluation of CEM systems. As a recognized expert in CEM systems, Dr. Jahnke has served as the United States ASTM representative to the International Standards Organization subcommittee on Source Monitoring and as Chairman of the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) International Committee on Ambient Atmospheres and Source Emissions. He also served as a technical program chairman for three AWMA/APCA specialty conferences on CEM systems and has authored numerous manuals, studies, reports, and technical papers on CEM systems and related subjects.